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Life Strategies Part Three : Theatrical & Non-Novel Strategies

By Smarandache, Florentin

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Title: Life Strategies Part Three : Theatrical & Non-Novel Strategies  
Author: Smarandache, Florentin
Volume: Part Three
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Life Strategies
Collections: Philosophy, Authors Community, Astronomy, Fine Arts, Literature, Naval Science, Most Popular Books in China, Language
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Publication Date:
2013
Publisher: World Public Library
Member Page: Florentin Smarandache

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Smarandache, F. (2013). Life Strategies Part Three : Theatrical & Non-Novel Strategies. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


Description
This small book, which is rather a draft, comprises a collection of ideas, viewpoints and methods in various aspects of theater, performance arts, non-novel1 etc. If for no other reason, the ideas listed here at least can stimulate further thoughts and research – for instance, young writers may use these ideas to make his/her drama or novel more enthralling.

Summary
Editorial note: some of the sentences (proverbial lines) here are specific to Romanian writers and poets, others reflect author’s personal opinion. But the remaining parts are generally quite accessible to most readers.

Excerpt
• The best functions of the theatre are none! (but the theatre itself); • Fatal attraction theatre; • A personage has a man’s mask taped on his bottom which faces the spectators and “talks” like this; • On a cross is crucified a book, or a lamb, or a pork, other object (crucified with the legs up) [which should symbolize something]; • On stage, place some cosmic objects (for example make visible a part of the Earth, or a Lunar Base, …); • Theatre for deaf and mute people (with their International Sign Language); • Theatre for blind people (only sounds); • The difference between the place where the play is performed and the place where, in fact, it should be played. (Specify in the play: winter instead of summer, in the mountains instead of at the Sea, for example – as in paradoxism)

Table of Contents
PREFACE ................................................ 3 CONTENTS................................................ 5 STRATEGIES 1. Theatrical Strategies ................................................. 6 2. Literary Strategies ................................................... 25 3. Non Roman................................................ 59 3.1. Total Anti-Roman................................................ 59 3.2. Experimental Literature...................................... 76 3.3. The Supreme, Total Roman............................... 79 4. More Literary Strategies .......................................... 97

 
 



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